On the former site of the Jerusalem Hilton, the David Citadel Hotel has hosted visiting dignitaries such as Madeleine Albright and Hillary Clinton. Located a few minutes away from Jaffa Gate and the Tower of David, the restaurant and pool terrace offer a fairytale view over the Old City. Rooms can also be requested with balconies that overlook the walls of the Old City. Dining facilities include the Season's Restaurant, Aqua Le Divellec, Yakimonontoo Sushi Bar, and the Pool Grill. For information and reservations, visit their website.
Located overlooking Liberty Bell Park, the Inbal (formerly the Laromme Hotel) is close to Yemin Moshe and within comfortable walking distance of the Old City and the center of town. The entire hotel was renovated in the last few years. The hotel has an attractive courtyard, built from Jerusalem stone, for outdoor dining and formal events. The hotel has different restaurants and can cater for between 10 and 1000 guests for meetings and receptions. The whole hotel is non-smoking.
The Abraham Hostel Jerusalem is located in Davidka Square, 350 metres from Mahne Yehuda Market. It offers rooms and dormitories with free WiFi and air conditioning. Rooms at the Abraham Hostel have a private bathroom. Dormitories include private lockers, and further storage space is provided in the lounge. The Abraham Hostel Jerusalem is right in front of a tram and bus stop providing connections to the city's most important landmarks. The Old City is a 20-minute walk away. A continental breakfast is provided at the Abraham, and a communal kitchen is available for guests' use. The hostel features an evening bar with a selection of Israeli beers and nightly entertainment. The tour desk can organise excursions in Jerusalem and to different destinations in Israel.
Housed in a historic building in the centre of the German colony in Jerusalem, Villa Ba'Moshava - Boutique Hotel offers free-to-use bikes. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Rooms here come with a Smart TV, air conditioning and pay-per-view channels. Each room has a bathroom with either a bathtub or a shower and free toiletries. Tea and coffee are included in the room rate. Some rooms have a balcony. Boutique Villa Ba'Moshava runs a 24-hour front desk and has a garden for guests to relax in. Other facilities offered include a tour desk, luggage storage and dry cleaning. Breakfast is available at a café nearby. The Happy Hour with an open buffet is served every afternoon. Emek Refaim Street is just 1 block away. Ben Gurion Airport is 57 km away. Public parking is available nearby.
The former mansion of a Turkish pasha (who built a wing for each of his four wives), The American Colony hotel opened in 1881 and is the oldest in Jerusalem and a member of the Relais and Chateau Association. The European-run hotel prides itself on its political neutrality and its non-Kosher food (bacon is available for breakfast). It is popular with journalists, archaeologists, foreign aid workers and those who have come to do business. Its luxurious rooms reflect a bygone era the grounds are dotted with fairy tale-like spots to relax like a lush garden with flowers and butterflies and a tiled courtyard with fountains.
Located next to Zion Square, Jerusalem Hostel is in the city centre a 5-minute walk from Ben Yehuda pedestrian street. It offers free Wi-Fi and rooms with private bathroom. Hostel Jerusalem has excellent public transport links around Jerusalem. The New Gate to the Old City is 10 minutes' walk away, as is Mahane Yehuda Market. Rooms are located on 2 floors and the hostel does not have a lift. Accommodation can be set in the main building or in an annex building. Some rooms feature air conditioning and heating. Guests have free access to the shared kitchen. A light breakfast including coffee, tea, and spreads is served each morning. There is a 24-hour supermarket located in front of the property.
This delightful deluxe hotel is the first Novotel in Israel and describes itself as a four-star deluxe. The large, airy lobby gives a feel of elegance and space. The hotel is located slightly outside the Old City, close to the American Colony, and is conveniently located for both East and West Jerusalem. It is capable of handling large banquets for meetings and groups. The hotel also has Internet access.
Located near the Central Bus Station, this establishment has served travelers since 1995. The amicable owner, Danny Flax, displays three guest books bubbling over with compliments and warm wishes. The rooms here are nicely furnished. Some are for the no-frills traveler (shared bathroom and shower) and others come complete with a kitchenette, cable television and stereo. Breakfast is served each morning and the communal kitchen is open to guests at any hour of the day. Long-term residents may receive discounts and specialized tours of Israel are available.
Located in the heart of Jerusalem, St.Andrews Scottish Guest House is a warm and inviting lodging offering exceptional hospitality. Set upon a small hill overlooking the Old City, St. Andrews provides a comfortable and peaceful lodging that is quintessential for individuals, small groups, or families.
Mamilla Hotel - The Leading Hotels of the World features a panoramic rooftop terrace overlooking Jerusalem's Old City. This stylish hotel was designed by architect Piero Lissoni and is 10 minutes’ walk from Jaffa Gate. The hotel offers a choice of restaurants, including the trendy Mirror Bar with live music and the seasonal brasserie with city views. Mamilla Café restaurant serves local specialities. Rooms at Hotel Mamilla are equipped with LCD TV, pure Egyptian cotton bed linen and modern-style décor. Some bathrooms feature a transparent glass wall that can be switched on and off. The modern Akasha Wellness Centre includes a spa and an indoor swimming pool. A sauna, fitness room and massages are also available on site. Set within the Mamilla shopping area, the property is a 20-minute walk from the Western Wall, while the Church of the Holy Sepulcher is 750 metres away. Ben Gurion Airport is 48 km from the Mamilla Hotel.
Located in the heart of Jerusalem, 500 metres from the Jaffa Gate and Jerusalem's Old City, Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem is housed in a building whose design blends Greco-Roman, Gothic and Ottoman motifs. It offers 2 restaurants and free WiFi. The rooms are air-conditioned and feature a smart 46'' LED TV with satellite and pay-per-view channels, a minibar and a coffee machine. The bathroom is equipped with both a bathtub and shower. Free toiletries, towels, linen, slippers and a bathrobe are included in the rate. The Palace Restaurant serves an Israeli buffet breakfast in the mornings. After noon it turns to a kosher restaurant that offers an à la carte menu. Guests can enjoy afternoon tea or a drink at the King's Court, while The Gaden Terrace is a tapas bar serving cocktails and Mediterranean cuisine. The Waldorf Astoria has a huge dividable ballroom, and next to it, a large foyer that can be used for cocktails and pre-function events. Upon check-in, all guests receive a personal tablet. The tablet can be used for checking the email, turning on the air conditioning and TV, as well as calling for room service.